Metal Alloy )
alloy of 5 metals (see below)
( blobs/drops )
The metal that melts in
warm water !
This Indium metal alloy ( Indilloy 117 ) melts at the incredibly low temperature of 117
degrees F !
That's a melting temperature lower than that of Wood's Metal !
Wood's Metal is the most well known low-melting temperature alloy, melting
at 158 degrees F.
Our Indium alloy will melt at a temperature of 47 degrees lower than that
of Wood's Metal.
Indilloy 117 is composed of Indium, Bismuth, Tin, Lead and Cadmium.
Ideal for classroom demonstrations, making easily-castable metal parts,
magic 'spoon-bending' tricks, etc. You can even get it to melt in your
hand just by the friction produced when rubbing it.
A fascinating & educational material.
( Material Safety Data Sheet )